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Dealing with a Microwave Oven that Doesn’t Heat

Written by Posted On Tuesday, 14 November 2017 09:48

There is a high voltage diode present in microwave ovens that is responsible in converting the A/C power output. If the voltage reaches 5,000 volts, it is strong enough that the magnetron is able to create cooking energy in the oven.
Hence, if the diode fails, this results to a lower voltage and this prevents heat from reaching its peak. You will know it because the dish you have placed inside did not change at all after some time. The problem is if you are not an expert when it comes to microwave oven repairs, it would be difficult for you to check the problem. Diagnosing the cause of the appliance’s failure to heat up requires help from an expert.
Aside from the diode, there could be other parts that have failed to function. Even the wires could also cause the problem. With the help of a professional appliance repair specialist, this problem can be easily solved. Some parts just have to be replaced. You don’t have to panic. You also need not attempt solving the problem.

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